Yesterday was Thanksgiving in the US, and I’m spending the holiday weekend with my son and his family. Right now I’m sitting in front of a warm fire, watching cartoons with my grandkids. If you celebrate Thanksgiving this weekend, I hope you’re having a warm and wonderful holiday.
And, in honor of the Black Friday shopping craziness, I’m happy to announce my Holiday Coaching Spree!
This is the only time of year that I devote myself so thoroughly to getting into the trenches with my clients by doing no- and low-cost coaching.
Check out my Holiday Coaching Spree here.
I only do this once a year.
For the past 4 years, during the month of December, I’ve opened up my time to give fr,ee Instant Insight Coaching sessions to people on my list — as many as I could fit in.
Three years ago, I added low-cost Holiday Coaching to up to 8 people, as my holiday gift to you. This special 4-session package is only offered at this time of year, and only for a limited time.
And at a ridiculously low investment.
Last year, I added a 50% discount on my full-day VIP Intensives — that means you save half when you register for a private, full-day VIP Intensive. But only for a limited time.
(Pssst. These great deals would be a wonderful gift — for you! Let someone you care about know you’d like one of them.)
The Coaching Spree lasts until December 6.
Here’s the fun part: Purchase your Holiday Coaching or VIP Intensive before December 6, 2013, and use the sessions any time between now and the end of February 2014!
You’ll have to hurry, though, because there are limited spots. And the Holiday Spree pricing ends December 6.
Check out the Holiday Coaching Spree here.
Wishing you only the best ideas and the best deals this holiday season,
Successful business owners like Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Airlines; Ingvar Kamprad, Swedish Founder and Chairman of IKEA stores; David Neeleman, Founder and CEO of Jet Blue Airways; and Paul Orfalea, the Founder and Chairperson of Kinkos all have ADHD and are incredibly creative business owners.
And though some of the following people aren’t definitively proven to have ADHD, they are either widely known or are thought to have ADHD:
Frank Lloyd Wright
Vincent Van Gogh
Charlotte and Emily Bronte
Edgar Allen Poe
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Wright Brothers
Alexander Graham Bell
John F. Kennedy
So if you have ADHD or think you do, you’re in really good company.
ADHD is something I don’t talk about a lot on this blog. I usually save that for the blog I write with Jacqueline Sinfield, Working with ADHD, where Jacqui and I coach entrepreneurs with ADHD. It’s fascinating — because business owners with ADHD are [Read the full article.…]
You know you should be appreciative, and you are, but it’s also very frustrating and stressful to be so busy that you don’t have balance in your life.
• You’re cutting back on sleep.
• You feel like you’re cheating your family because you’re not spending enough time with them, and when you are, your mind is not with them.
• You’re running on adrenalin much of the time, and it’s a real possibility that important details are slipping through the cracks.
Whether you’re on your own or if you have help from staff or freelancers, the story is the same: you just have more damn work than you can handle. And you don’t want to turn down any of it.
So here’s the deal: you have 4 options
Option 1: Make a decision to grow your business by leveraging the power of other people.
Option 2: Raise your rates. [Read the full article.…]